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Hanuman Puja vidhi (Ritual) and worship of Lord Hanuman

Hanuman Puja vidhi (Ritual) and worship of Lord Hanuman

Hanuman Puja Vidhi – Objectives
Hanuman has more manifest energy (72%) as compared to other Deities
who have approximately 10% manifest energy. The following reasons
(based on concepts of energy) inspire devotees to worship Hanuman –
1. Problems caused by negative energy, influence of Shani, etc.
2. To channelise pleasant energy : To overcome obstacles in the path
of activated kundalini (spiritual energy) and to channelise it in the
appropriate direction.
Method of worship of Hanuman and following Hanuman Puja Vidhi
Prevalent practice of worship and Hanuman Puja Vidhi
Hanuman jayanti is celebrated in Maharashtra, on the full moon day
(pournima) of the Hindu lunar month of Chaitra. Maharashtrians
consider Saturday as the day of Hanuman whereas in all other places in
India it is Tuesday and Saturday. There is a custom of offering oil
and sindur (Vermilion) to Hanuman on this day. At some places, the
practice of breaking a coconut is a part of the worship. For spiritual
progress, people worship Hanuman facing the left side, that is the
‘vamamukhi (Vama = left, mukha = face)’ idol.

Hanuman is upheld as a model for all human devotion (bhakti).

Hanuman is upheld as a model for all human devotion (bhakti).

Hanuman is worshipped as a subsidiary figure in temples dedicated to Rama or directly in shrines dedicated to Hanuman himself. The latter are generally thronged by monkeys, who know that they cannot be mistreated there. In temples throughout India, he appears in the form of a monkey with a red face who stands erect like a human. For his service to Rama, Hanuman is upheld as a model for all human devotion (bhakti).

Hanuman is also a popular figure among Buddhists in Central, Southeast, and East Asia, and throughout those areas many temples have been erected for his worship and districts of towns bear his name. Outside India, however, rather different tales are told of him. Although steadfastly chaste in the Sanskrit tradition, for instance, he has wives and children in other traditions. He has been identified as the inspiration for the monkey hero of the great Chinese poem Xiyouji (“Journey to the West”).

Hanuman is one of the most recognized, revered and respected deities in the Hindu pantheon. 

Hanuman is one of the most recognized, revered and respected deities in the Hindu pantheon. 

Hanuman is one of the most recognized, revered and respected deities in the Hindu pantheon. Half human, half monkey, he is worshiped for his great strength, undying devotion, loyalty and selfless dedication

to Rama, the seventh incarnation of Vishnu. As Rama’s faithful
servant, Hanuman features prominently in the Hindu epic “Ramayana.” He
rescues Rama’s wife from the clutches of Ravana, the evil king of
Lanka, and helps defeat him. Not only is he known for his fearlessness
and fierceness in battle, Hanuman is also respected for his profound
knowledge of all the ancient Vedas and scriptures. Like all deities,
there are many legends about Hanuman and how he became such a powerful
figure.

Sanakaadik brahmaadi muneesaa,Naarad saarad sahit aneesaa

Sanakaadik brahmaadi muneesaa,Naarad saarad sahit aneesaa

Rishis (Sages) such as Sanaka and others, Brahma (the Creator) and the
best of Munis (Saints), Narada, Goddess Saraswati, and the Lord of
Serpents (Shesha Naga)…

While the world is sustained by the glory of God in general, the
enlightened beings are profoundly immersed in singing the glory of God
by praising Lord Hanuman. While the sun creates a general illumination
everywhere, it creates a special splendor in sheets that are made of
gold and silver.

Jaya Hanuman jnaan gun saagar, jai kapeesh tihun-lok ujaagar

Jaya Hanuman jnaan gun saagar, jai kapeesh tihun-lok ujaagar

Glory to Lord Hanuman who is the ocean of wisdom and virtue! Glory to Him who is the illuminer of the three worlds.


Lord Hanuman helps one to develop jnana guna—the cultivation of divine virtues that serve as indications of one’s progress on the spiritual path. These include humility, surrender to God, absence of violence, truthfulness and other related virtues. With a prayerful mind one must invoke the presence of Hanuman within the heart in the form of faith. Such an entry is the fountain source of all that is true, good and sublime in the three worlds—in the physical, mental and causal planes of one’s existence. Thus, Hanuman is the illuminer of the three world

HANUMAN CHALISA : FROM MANAGEMENT POINT OF VIEW

HANUMAN CHALISA : FROM MANAGEMENT POINT OF VIEW

Shri Hanuman is a Hindu deity and an ardent devotee of Shri Rama. He

is one of the dearest devotees of Shri Rama. He is a disciple of Shri
Ram, whose story isdepicted in the Great Indian epic, The Ramayana. He
is also known asMaruti, Pavanputra, Kesharinandan, Bajrang Bali and
Anjaniputra.Our sacred texts are full of knowledge we can apply that
knowledge in our day today life as well as in management arena. Here
is my small effort to look hanumanchalisa from the management point of
view. I have chosen hanuman chalisabecause no one on this planet will
be so loyal and dedicated to his boss (Rama) likeHanumanji. So every
employer will Love to welcome an ardent employee like Hanumanji in his
company.There are number of benefits for an organization if it
recruits ardent employees like Hanumanji. The benefits are depicted
below:
a) Employees like Hanumanji will help control employee attrition level
and hence it will help HR save the new employee recruitment cost
.b) Company’s marketing strategies, secrets, accounts manipulation
will be kept secret with them (top level managers and middle level
managers). It won’t beleaked or shared with the competitors.
c) Employees will be ready to work beyond working hours to complete the task.

108 Names of Lord Hanuman

108 Names of Lord Hanuman

 Anjaneya : Son of Anjana  Anjanagarbhasambhoota: Born of Anjani  Ashokavanikachhetre : Destroyer of Ashoka Grove  Akshahantre : Slayer of Aksha  Balarka Sadrushanana : Like the Rising Sun  Bheemasenasahayakrute : Helper of Bheema  Batnasiddhikara : Granter of Strength  Bhakthavatsala : Protector of Devotees  Bajrangbali : With strength of diamod  Bhavishya Chaturanana : Aware of Future Happenings  Chanchaladwala : Glittering Tail Suspended Above The Head.  Chiranjeevini : Eternal Being  Chaturbahave : Four-Armed  Dashabahave : Ten-Armed  Danta : Calm  Dheera : Valiant  Deenabandhave : Protector of the Downtrodden  Daithyakulantaka : Destroyer of Demons  Daityakarya Vidhyataka : Destroyer of All Demons’ Activities  Dhruddavrata : Strong-Willed Meditator  Dashagreevakulantaka : Slayer of the Ten-Headed Ravana Face  Gandharvavidya Tatvangna : Exponent in the Art of Celestials  Gandhamadhana Shailastha : Dweller of Gandhamadhana  Hanumanta : Puffy Cheeks  Indrajit Prahitamoghabrahmastra Vinivaraka : Remover of the Effect of Indrajit’s Brahmastra  Jambavatpreeti Vardhana : Winning Jambavan’s Love  JaiKapeesh : Hail Monkey  Kapeeshwara : Lord of Monkeys  Kabalikruta : Swallower of the Sun  Kapisenanayaka : Chief of the Monkey Army  Kumarabrahmacharine : Youthful Bachelor  Kesarinandan : Son of Kesari  Kesarisuta : Son of Kesari  Kalanemi Pramathana : Slayer of Kalanemi  Harimarkatamarkata : Lord of Monkeys  Karagrahavimoktre : One who Frees from Imprisonment  Kalanabha : Controller of Time  Kanchanabha : Golden-Hued Body  Kamaroopine : Changing Form at Will  Lankineebhanjana : Slayer of Lankini  Lakshmanapranadatre : Reviver of Lakshmana’s Life  Lankapuravidahaka : He Who Burnt Lanka  Lokapujya : Worshipped by the Universe  Maruti : Son of Maruti (wind god)  Mahadhyuta : Most Radiant  Mahakaya : Gigantic  Manojavaya : Speed Like Wind  Mahatmane : Supreme Being  Mahavira : Most Valiant  Marutatmaja : Most Beloved Like Gems  Mahabala Parakrama : Of Great Strength  Mahatejase : Most Radiant  Maharavanamardana : Slayer of the Famous Ravana  Mahatapase : Great Meditator  Navavyakruti Pandita : Skillful Scholar  Parthadhwajagrasamvasine : Having Foremost Place on Arjuna’s Flag  Pragnya : Scholar  Prasannatmane : Cheerful  Pratapavate : Known for Valour  Paravidhyaparihara : Destroyer of Enemies Wisdom  Parashaurya Vinashana : Destroyer of Enemy’s Valour  Parijata Tarumoolastha : Resider Under the Parijata Tree  Prabhave : Popular Lord  Paramantra Nirakartre : Acceptor of Rama’s Mantra Only  Pingalaksha : Pink-Eyed  Pavanputra : Son of Wind god  Panchavaktra : Five-Faced  Parayantra Prabhedaka : Destroyer of Enemies’ Missions  Ramasugreeva Sandhatre : Mediator between Rama and Sugreeva  Ramakathalolaya : Crazy of listening Rama’s Story  Ratnakundala Deeptimate : Wearing Gem-Studded Earrings  Rudraveerya Samudbhava : Born of Shiva  Ramachudamaniprada : Deliverer of Rama’s Ring  Ramabhakta : Devoted to Rama  Ramadhuta : Ambassador of Rama  Rakshovidhwansakaraka : Slayer of Demons  Sankatamochanan : Reliever of sorrows  Sitadevi Mudrapradayaka : Deliverer of the Ring of Sita  Sarvamayavibhanjana : Destroyer of All illusions  Sarvabandha Vimoktre : Detacher of all Relationship  Sarvagraha Nivashinay : Killer of Evil Effects of Planets  Sarvaduhkhahara : Reliever of all Agonies  Sarvalolkacharine : Wanderer of all Places  Sarvamantra Swaroopavate : Possessor of all Hymns  Sarvatantra Sawaroopine : Shape of all Hymns  Sarvayantratmaka : Dweller in all Yantras  Sarvarogahara : Reliever of all Ailments  Sarvavidhyasampath Pradayaka : Granter of Knowledge and Wisdom  Shrunkalabandhamochaka : Reliever from a Chain of Distresses  Sitashoka Nivarana : Destroyer of Sita’s Sorrow  Shrimate : Revered  Simhikaprana Bhanjana : Slayer of Simhika  Sugreeva Sachiva : Minister of Sugreeva  Shoora : Bold  Surarchita : Worshipped by Celestials  Sphatikabha : Crystal-Clear  Sanjeevananagahatre : Bearer of Sanjeevi Mount  Shuchaye : Chaste  Shanta : Very Composed  Shatakanttamadapahate : Destroyer of Shatakantta’s Arrogance  Sitanveshana Pandita : Skillful in finding Sita’s Whereabouts  Sharapanjarabhedaka : Destroyer of the Nest made of Arrows  Sitaramapadaseva : Always Engrossed in Rama’s Service  Sagarotharaka : Leapt Across the Ocean  Tatvagyanaprada : Granter of Wisdom  Vanara : Monkey  Vibheeshanapriyakara : Beloved of Vibheeshana  Vajrakaya : Sturdy Like Metal  Vardhimainakapujita : Worshipped by Mynaka Hill  Vagmine : Spolesman  Vijitendriya : Controller of the Senses  Vajranakha : Strong-Nailed  Vagadheeksha : Lord of Spokesmen  Yogine : Saint

अंजनी का क्रोध

अंजनी का क्रोध

अंजनी ने हनुमान नामक पुत्र वानर रूप में देखा तो उसे शिव के रूप से

भिन्न जानकर वह पवन देव से रुष्ट हो गयी। उसने हनुमान को शिखर से नीचे
फेंक दिया। उसके गिरने से पर्वत चूर-चूर हो गया। धरती कांपी, सब व्याकुल
हो गये। हनुमान ने पृथ्वी पर गिरकर आकाश में सूर्य उगता देख उसे निगलना
चाहा। राहु भाग गया। हनुमान इन्द्र की ओर भी झपटा। इन्द्र ने उस पर
प्रहार किया। शिव ने आकाशवाणी में बताया कि वह उनका पुत्र है, उसे समस्त
देवताओं के वर प्राप्त हैं। पवन ने अंजनी को सब कह सुनाया और बालक थमा
दिया। हनुमान ने सूर्य से विद्या सीखी और गुरु-दक्षिणास्वरूप यह वचन दिया
कि वह सूर्य-पुत्र सुग्रीव का साथ देगा।

वरदान

वरदान

इन्द्र ने प्रसन्नता से स्वर्ण के कमल की माला देकर कहा- ‘मेरे वज्र से

इसकी हनु टूटी है, अत: यह हनुमान कहलायेगा। मेरे वज्र से यह नहीं मरेगा।’
सूर्य ने अपना सौंवा भाग हनुमान को दे दिया और भविष्य में सब शास्त्र
पढ़ाने का उत्तरदायित्व लिया।
यम ने उसे अपने दंड से अभय कर दिया कि वह यम के प्रकोप से नहीं मर पायेगा।
वरुण ने दस लाख वर्ष तक वर्षादि में नहीं मरने का वर दिया।
कुबेर ने अपने अस्त्र-शस्त्रों से निर्भय कर दिया।
महादेव ने किसी भी अस्त्र से न मरने का वर दिया।
ब्रह्मा ने हनुमान को दीर्घायु बताया और ब्रह्मास्त्र से न मरने का वर
दिया। साथ ही यह वर भी प्रदान किया कि वह इच्छानुसार रूप धारण करने में
समर्थ होगा।
विश्वकर्मा ने अपने बनाये अस्त्र-शस्त्रों से उसे निर्भय कर दिया।[3]
वर-प्राप्ति के उपरांत हनुमान उद्धत भाव से घूमने लगे। यज्ञ करते हुए
मुनियों की सामग्री बिखेर देते या उन्हें तंग करते। पिता वायु और केसरी
के रोकने पर भी वे रुकते नहीं थे। अंगिरा और भृगुवंश में उत्पन्न ऋषियों
ने क्रुद्ध होकर उन्हें शाप दिया कि ये अपने बल को भूल जायें। जब कोई
उन्हें फिर से याद दिलाए तब उनका बल बढ़े।

हनुमान जन्मकथा 

हनुमान जन्मकथा 

अप्सरा पुंजिकस्थली (अंजनी नाम से प्रसिद्ध) केसरी नामक वानर की पत्नी

थी। वह अत्यंत सुंदरी थी तथा आभूषणों से सुसज्जित होकर एक पर्वत शिखर पर
खड़ी थी। उनके सौंदर्य पर मुग्ध होकर वायु देव ने उनका आलिंगन किया।
व्रतधारिणी अंजनी बहुत घबरा गयी किंतु वायु देव के वरदान से उसकी कोख से
हनुमान ने जन्म लिया।[2] जन्म लेने के बाद हनुमान ने आकाश में चमकते हुए
सूर्य को फल समझा और उड़कर लेने के लिए आकाश-मार्ग में गये। मार्ग में
उनकी टक्कर राहु से हो गयी। राहु घबराया हुआ इन्द्र के पास पहुंचा और
बोला- ‘हे इन्द्र, तुमने मुझे अपनी क्षुधा के समाधान के लिए सूर्य और
चंद्रमा दिए थे।
हनुमान राम और लक्ष्मण को ले जाते हुए

आज अमावस्या है, अत: मैं सूर्य को ग्रसने गया था, किंतु वहां तो कोई और
ही जा रहा है।’ इन्द्र क्रुद्ध होकर ऐरावत पर बैठकर चल पड़े। राहु उनसे
भी पहले घटनास्थल पर गया। हनुमान ने उसे भी फल समझा तथा उसकी ओर झपटे।
उसने इन्द्र को आवाज़ दी। तभी हनुमान ने ऐरावत को देखा। उसे और भी बड़ा
फल जानकर वे पकड़ने के लिए बढ़े। इन्द्र ने क्रुद्ध होकर अपने वज्र से
प्रहार किया, जिससे हनुमान की बायीं ठोड़ी टूट गयी और वे नीचे गिरे। यह
देखकर पवनदेव हनुमान को उठाकर एक गुफ़ा में चले गये। संसार-भर की वायु
उन्होंने रोक ली। लोग वायु के अभाव से पीड़ित होकर मरने लगे। मनुष्य-रूपी
प्रजा ब्रह्मा के पास गयी। ब्रह्मा विभिन्न देवताओं को लेकर पवनदेव के
पास पहुंचे। उनके स्पर्शमात्र से हनुमान ठीक हो गये। साथ आए देवताओं से
ब्रह्मा ने कहा- ‘यह बालक भविष्य में तुम्हारे लिए हितकर होगा। अत: इसे
अनेक वरदानों से विभूषित करो।’